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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / TrumpCoin 64-Bit AppImage Release (GNU/Linux Client) on: August 04, 2016, 12:20:14 AM

Alright, I figure the guys on the TrumpCoin Team are incredibly busy, so I'm going to release my 64-Bit AppImage today on my own.

This is a 64-bit GNU/Linux port of the TrumpCoin client that provides compatibility with most conventional desktop distributions such as Debian, Ubuntu, and Fedora. It was generated by this Travis CI build on my fork of the coin. My repository is current level with that of the upstream TrumpCoin team and can be viewed here. The script for an automated build is also in upstream; however the TrumpCoin team has yet to enable the builds.

All you have to do is download the AppImage, make it executable (chmod +x trumpcoin.appimage), and run it (./trumpcoin.appimage). This should prove to be the easiest and most reliable way to use TrumpCoin on Linux. Please try it and tell me what you think!

TrumpCoin 64-Bit AppImage
TrumpCoin 64-Bit AppImage (Mirror)
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / AppImage & Travis CI Pull Request on: July 31, 2016, 02:03:30 AM
Alright I've already sent off a message one of the developers about this, but I figure you guys might want to hear about it too so I'll give you all a briefing.

This pull request, whenever it gets merged, includes a Travis CI script that builds TrumpCoin-qt and packs it into a 64-bit AppImage for GNU/Linux. AppImage is a rather novel way of creating near-universal executable for running the TrumpCoin client. Whether you're on Debian or Fedora, all you have to do with an AppImage is make it executable and run it, no fuss with package management or compilation necessary.
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] [TRUMP] TrumpCoin SuperPAC on: July 29, 2016, 07:38:16 PM

Hey there everyone, I've been following TrumpCoin for a little bit and figured I could get involved.

I've written an ebuild for the Gentoo/Funtoo distributions of GNU/Linux that compile and install the TrumpCoin-Qt client. I've added it to my personal overlay, though I invite the TrumpCoin Team to host their own overlay either forked from my repository or using my ebuilds. I'll be working on another ebuild for Trumpcoind (Headless TrumpCoin) shortly, as well as .deb packages for Debian. If you're installing TrumpCoin-Qt for the first time I recommend enabling the dbus, ipv6, qrcode, and upnp USE flags for a standard desktop installation.

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Thank you very much for this.

I have deleted the details for now since your account is brand new and this is your first post.

We are evaluating it now for safety and security and will re-post the details once confirmed.

Thank you again!

It's no problem, the ebuild is somewhat based on the builds for other cryptocurrencies provided through portage like Litecoin and Peercoin, but I've made adjustments to make the build compatible with EAPI6. Also I've run into problems attempting to compile the client using Qt5, so for now the ebuild requires Qt4.


I can find no issues or immediate causes for concern with this.

Looks to me to be a legitimate Gentoo port of the TrumpCoin wallet.


gitgud manifest is here: https://paste.installgentoo.com/view/raw/8cb971f3
gitgud source is here: https://gitgud.io/gitgud-software/gitgud-overlay/tree/master

src for this wallet implementation appears to be here: https://gitgud.io/gitgud-software/gitgud-overlay/blob/master/net-p2p/trumpcoin-qt/trumpcoin-qt-2.0.ebuild


Thank you for your contribution and thank you for your patience and understanding while we inspected your work.
Please feel free to re-post.



Awesome. Like mentioned earlier I'm working on an ebuild for the CLI Trumpcoind and some Debian packages for both TrumpCoind and TrumpCoin-Qt and should have news on that in a bit. If you're really security minded and willing to learn something new, GNU/Linux and especially Gentoo Linux are extremely good operating systems for setting up secure systems.

For those of you who missing the installation instructions for TrumpCoin-Qt, here's a repost of the commands you'll want to run. These instructions assume you already have layman emerged. It is highly recommended that you enable the local dbus, ipv6, qrcode, and upnp USE flags.

Code:
layman -o https://paste.installgentoo.com/view/raw/8cb971f3 -f -a gitgud
layman -s gitgud
emerge net-p2p/trumpcoin-qt
4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: TrumpCoin for Gentoo Linux on: July 29, 2016, 06:20:51 PM

Hey there everyone, I've been following TrumpCoin for a little bit and figured I could get involved.

I've written an ebuild for the Gentoo/Funtoo distributions of GNU/Linux that compile and install the TrumpCoin-Qt client. I've added it to my personal overlay, though I invite the TrumpCoin Team to host their own overlay either forked from my repository or using my ebuilds. I'll be working on another ebuild for Trumpcoind (Headless TrumpCoin) shortly, as well as .deb packages for Debian. If you're installing TrumpCoin-Qt for the first time I recommend enabling the dbus, ipv6, qrcode, and upnp USE flags for a standard desktop installation.

[details snipped]




Thank you very much for this.

I have deleted the details for now since your account is brand new and this is your first post.

We are evaluating it now for safety and security and will re-post the details once confirmed.

Thank you again!

It's no problem, the ebuild is somewhat based on the builds for other cryptocurrencies provided through portage like Litecoin and Peercoin, but I've made adjustments to make the build compatible with EAPI6. Also I've run into problems attempting to compile the client using Qt5, so for now the ebuild requires Qt4.
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